Enclosure fan kits and exhaust grilles

The STEGO enclosure filter fans and exhaust grille line is designed to provide optimum climate in enclosures

07/02/2013


The STEGO enclosure filter fans and exhaust grille line is designed to provide optimum climate in enclosures. Courtesy: AutomationDirectThe STEGO line of enclosure filter fans and exhaust grilles are designed to provide optimum climate in enclosures. By channeling outside air into the enclosure, the interior temperature is reduced and heated internal air is expelled, preventing localized heat pockets and overheating. STEGO low-noise filter fans are available in 120 VAC or 24 VDC models; available sizes range from 12 to 373 CFM. All models are impact resistant and feature easy filter change; outdoor models are UL 94H-B weather/UV resistant and are have a lockable door on the outer hood. All STEGO filter fans are CE and RoHS compliant. 

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